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SOURCE: No clutch resistance on audi a4
This sounds like a common Audi problem but its usually in early shape A3s and TTs. If you heard a snap, then possibly the pedal has broken where the clutch master cylinder connects to it. In this case you can just replace the pedal but it can be an early sign of a faulty master cylinder. If the pedal is ok, it maybe the master that has failed and needs replacing. Worse cases, the slave cylinder maybe faulty or even the release bearing could be sticking on the input shaft. Bleeding the brakes will not help, the clutch shares the same fluid and reservoir but is on a different hydraulic system. The clutch would need to be bled from the bleed nipple on the slave cylinder on top of the gearbox. This can be difficult without the car on the ramp, but is worth trying before replacing parts. What engine does it have?
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: Clutch petal had no resistance
did you bleed the clutch? there's a bleeder nut/bolt on the slave cylinder. have someone pump up the cluth and hold, then loosen nut/bolt and air will come out. repeat process untill pedal has resistance and good fluid coming from bleeder. make sure to top of fluid during process, if you run it dry, you have to repeat the whole process again. note, i'm assuming this due to my experince on other vechiles, never worked on an isuzu before. but had the same issue on others.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: clutch petal goes to the
fill the reservoir for the clutch slave cylinder. No with the engine OFF pump the clutch 25 times. Yes 25 times. Now start the engine and see if it shifts. If it does you need a new slave cylinder, clutch, pressure plate, & throwout bearing as well. Everything is replaced upon dismantling for you do now want to do it again within a few months later. Also have the flywheel machined smooth if its still any good
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
SOURCE: my clutch petal on my
You should not need to be filling the clutch master frequently. The system is "closed" and should stay full indefinitely. If frequent filling is necessary, there is a leak either in the master, line or slave. There should be a bleed valve on the slave unit mounted on the bellhousing. You can usually restore operation temporarily by bleeding it from there as you would a brake. (hold pedal down and open bleeder, let air out and close bleeder, release pedal and repeat 'till only fluid comes out) But you need to take a close look and find/replace what's leaking.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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